It’s October, and along with the World Series and the start of the NBA season, the month is notable for the party holiday that comes at the end of it – Halloween. While adults certainly enjoy costumed Halloween festivities, the holiday is usually associated with kids tramping around looking for candy. When you run a […]
The bottom line: as “sweet” holidays like Halloween and Christmas approach, make sure to reiterate the importance of dental health to your kids. If they eat candy, then they should brush their teeth soon after, or at least drink some water, because water washes some of the sugar and the bacteria that thrive on it away rather than colonizing their teeth and bringing about tooth decay. We hope the holidays are fun for you and your family, and keeping your kids’ teeth clean ensures that holiday fun won’t be interrupted by getting a cavity filled!